The cornerback insists he learned lesson after getting benched for missing meeting, practice. In other news, E.J. Biggers (concussion) is a long shot for Sunday at Colts
Williams practiced fully for the second consecutive day as he continues to nurse a sprained right MCL.
This was supposed to be the first regular season meeting between Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III, the first two quarterbacks taken in the 2012 draft. But now, with Griffin on the bench, the narrative has changed.
In the game and a half he's played for Washington this season, the quarterback has showed how he can give the team a chance to win.
Starting cornerback David Amerson will return to lineup Sunday, but E.J. Biggers’ status in doubt as Washington girds for Andrew Luck, Colts’ prolific receivers.
Washington’s ailing, aging defensive line needs to summon speed, physicality to rattle Colts’ third-year quarterback.
Quarterback switches aside, there are some bright spots for the Redskins. Two young linebackers are playing well against the run.
With five games for Colt McCoy to shine, each win would help clear up the franchise's future at quarterback, or muddy it by moving it further down the draft board.
After missing last week’s game at San Francisco, Pro Bowl left tackle hopes to return to lineup at Indianapolis on Sunday.
In first public comments since benching, Robert Griffin III says he’s preparing to be ready to play, help Redskins win any way he can.